Holi, the exuberant festival of colors, marks the beginning of the flowering season in India.
Holi is a Hindu spring celebration in India and Nepal, otherwise called the “celebration of hues” or the “celebration of love”. The celebration means the triumph of good over insidiousness, the entry of spring, end of winter, and for some a happy day to meet others, play and giggle, overlook and pardon, and repair broken connections, and is likewise celebrated as a thanksgiving for a decent harvest.It goes on for two days beginning on the Purnima (Full Moon day) falling in the Bikram Sambat Hindu Calendar month of Falgun, which falls somewhere close to the finish of February and the center of March in the Gregorian schedule. The principal day is known as Holika Dahan (हॊलिका दहन) or Chhoti Holi and the second as Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Dhulandi or Dhulivandan.
Spring , in India , has always been associated with color and vibrance and for me, a dash of energy and positivity. Beautiful flora and fauna embrace the landscapes of the country and a remarkable variance in the city. Here’s presenting our second series of the Urban Nomad… the BOHOCHILD.
She represents the girl of today, free spirited and unyielding.
She paired a white long cotton shirt with a colorful hand woven Patola stole to give it the perfect contemporary look .
Faux leather leggings and high heeled fuchsia stilettos completed the vivacious look.
Photographed by the super awesome ORIONS BARRICADE, in superb locations of Rajkot which added on to complete the ensemble perfectly.
Special thank you to Malay Goswami and Ajara Sharma
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WHITE COTTON SHIRT : Cotton world
PATOLA STOLE : Jugni
SHOES :Shoe Dazzle